How to get there

The Australian Light Horse Memorial Park in Seymour, is situated in a very beautiful rural environment, just across the Great Dividing Range and only 105 kms from Melbourne.  The park is readily accessed from the nearby Hume Freeway, and the Goulburn Valley Highway. It is also accessible by train on the State's main North East rail line.

Just one kilometre along the Goulburn Valley Highway on the Eastern side of Seymour, you will come see the stone gateway that marks the entrance of this historic park.

The highest point in the park is ANZAC Hill, which is accessible by walking the tracks, or by car by special arrangement with the Committee, who can be contacted on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or by phoning 57921848.  It offers lovely 360 degree views of an idyllic Australian landscape.  To the South is the Tallarook Range, and to the East, the National Trust listed Trawool Valley. Mt Puckapunyal is visible in the West.


The Waler Paddock offers stunning vistas the Tallarook Range, and is beloved by those seeking a quiet retreat and time to reflect. It is a short walk from the car park, across the creek and past the information gateway.

The park complements a wide range of recreation and tourism attractions in the region, including the Goulburn River, the major fishing, canoeing and camping asset of central Victoria;  marvellous local wineries of national significance, such as Tabhilk, Brave Goose Vineyard, Plunkett’s, Rocky Passes and Shelmerdines; the rugged Tallarook and Mt Disappointment State Forests; and the scenic Trawool Valley, which is classified by the National Trust for its scenic landscape.
The park is in not far from the Puckapunyal Army Base, one of Australia's major defence establishments. The Army Tank Museum at Puckapunyal is an added attraction for those interested in military heritage.